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November 2014
  • THU

    'Electrical Safety, Maintenance and NFPA-70E'

    Thursday Nov 6
    (All Day)

    The Museum of Flight
    9404 East Marginal Way South, King County International Airport, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    TEGG Training Seminar:

    Hosted by Seahurst Electric
     > View Seminar Invitation for details and registration
     > View Seminar Program
     You will learn:
     Importance and frequency of electrical maintenance
     De-energized and energized maintenance procedures
     Trending of maintenance data
     Personal protective equipment requirements
     Noise control for electronic equipment for reliability
     This workshop series will be conducted by Joseph D. Gierlach Jr., the Vice President of Technical Training and Support for TEGG.
     Each person will get a certification of NFPA 70E Credit CEU's
     7:30 AM: Registration and Breakfast
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
     The Museum of Flight
     Skyline Room
     9404 East Marginal Way South
     Seattle, WA 98108
     Registration Fees:
     $200 per person if registered by October 13
     $250 per person on or after October 14

  • SAT

    CFM Exam Review Course in Vancouver, BC

    Saturday Nov 15
    (All Day)

    Hosted by BC Chapter of IFMA.
    This workshop is designed to assist facility professionals seeking certification with preparation for the competency-based examination. Learn how to use the tools that can lead to success on the CFM Exam. Understand the overall concept of the exam and focus on the methodology of the exam. Learn to apply critical thinking skills and discuss the rationales used.

    > View course details
    > Course Registration
    > Certified Facility Manager® (CFM®) Description from IFMA

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
    Location: Vancouver, BC [exact location TBD]

    Course Cost:
    Member $250
    Non-member $300
    IFMA Seattle Chapter members receive the discounted rate of $250 for this BC Chapter CFM Exam review course.

  • THU

    Lunch & Learn Series: Human Centric Lighting

    Thursday Nov 20
    11:30 am - 1 pm

    200 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101

    Human Centric Lighting: The New Age of Human Centric Lighting

    The next generation lighting technology can offer much more than just energy savings. The proper use of dimming and CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) shifting, which is often called Kelvin changing or shifting, can improve circadian rhythms, mood, visual acuity and performance in addition to substantial energy savings and sustainability. One of the greatest benefits of the may also help enhance mood. This may be the biggest breakthrough since the invention of the electric light bulb, and we are already seeing the very first generation of commercially available cost effective dimming and Kelvin changing SSL products.
    Speaker: John Park, Lead Professional Sports Liaison to Human Centric Lighting and the Project Development Manager for PlanLED.
    John comes from the world of supply chain consulting for strategic FORTUNE 500 clients to become one of the primary thought leaders of the current lighting technology transition. Mr. Park passionately communicates the qualified benefits of research applied lighting solution to major corporations, healthcare groups and professional sports teams. John is widely being recognized as a next generation lighting evangelist, making powerful impacts every time he makes public engagement.
     > View Meeting Details

    Benaroya Hall, Founders Room
    200 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101  > Directions
    Free parking to attendees! Entrance is located on 2nd Avenue.

     11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Registration & Networking
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Program and Lunch
     Come at 11:30 to register and network with your colleagues!
     Box lunches and free parking will be provided.
     Late registrants and walk-in's are welcome, but are not guaranteed a box lunch! Make sure you register today!
     $25 IFMA Members
     $35 Non-Members
     $10 Students
     Questions? Contact the Association Office at Toll Free 877-460-5880 or

     Driving directions and information about mass transit options are available on the Benaroya Hall website
     Registrants with cars:
     Ignore any FULL signs at the Benaroya garage entrance on Second Street. There will be spaces held for IFMA. Look for a sandwich board on the sidewalk by the parking garage entrance.

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